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  Essential German Grammar - Learning German - German Corner
This is the first German grammar which has been specifically designed for the adult with limited learning time who wishes to be able to express himself with reasonable accuracy, yet does not wish to be burdened with archaic, highly literary, or seldom used forms.
It covers the most important points of German grammar in the clearest possible manner, stressing regularities rather than, irregularities and concentrating upon the constructions and expression modes that you would be most likely to use.
Among other unusual features of this grammar are: a means of avoiding most of the intricacies of noun declension; a logical, easily followed presentation of verbs compounded with separable or inseparable prefixes; a statement on word order that enables you to see English parallels; and an immediately useful presentation of basic German grammar.
www.german-usa.com /productcart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=44&idproduct=121   (284 words)

  German grammar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
To correctly agree German adjectives, the case, number and gender of the nominal phrase must be considered along with the article of the noun.
German adjectives, normally go before the noun which they are changing.
German verbs may be classified as either weak, with a dental consonant inflection, or strong, showing a vowel gradation (ablaut).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/German_grammar   (2227 words)

 German pronouns - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In German, a pronoun may have a position under certain circumstances.
In today's German, pronouns are rarely used in the genitive case.
To replace a nominal by a pronoun that is derived from an article, you use the declined form corresponding to the gender, case and number of the nominal phrase.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/German_pronouns   (510 words)

 German/Introduction - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
At present, however, German Grammar is an expanding, significant contribution to the textbook; it provides an important reference on German language grammar rules useful to the student working through any of the three levels.
German (Deutsch) is a member of the western group of the Germanic languages.
German grammar is more complex than, but sufficiently similar to, English that "reading" German is possible with minimal vocabulary in the sense that the student should generally recognize the parts of a sentence.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/German:_Introduction   (1978 words)

 Modern Languages and Linguistics Library
A reference and review grammar for second- and third-year German students who are familiar with the basics of German vocabulary and grammar.
Appendices include revision of German spelling, outline of German grammatical forms, key points of German orthography and punctuation, outline of English grammatical forms, punctuation in English, irregular verbs in German and English and glossary of grammatical terms.
A thorough text on German grammar from the pronunciation of words to the construction of the sentence and all of its respective components.
www.library.uiuc.edu /mdx/bibliogs/german/GermLang.htm   (2332 words)

 German grammar - Uncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
As Germans are an extremely masculine and tough race, and feel the need to preserve their masculinity and toughness in all cases except the nominative, German grammar distinguishes and roots out weak masculines from the language.
The only area where you can't be raped by German sentences 45 words long with 8 verbs at the end, giving sense to the sentence you just forgot because it was too long.
Germans just love to obey rules, and to make speaking their language more pleasant, they invented hideous rules that determine the word order.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/German_grammar   (1143 words)

The most unusual part of German word-order for English speakers is that the verb comes at the end of subordinate clauses; otherwise it is located in the second grammatical position in the normal sentence much like in English.
In German, the case of the object of a preposition depends on what preposition is used and how it is used.
In German, adjectives are inflected to agree with the case, number, and gender of the nouns they modify.
www.geocities.com /CollegePark/Hall/1238/intro.html   (5521 words)

 New German Review, Vol. 17   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A few days later, another presentation of grammar was presented, this time using communicative methods, and was, as before, followed by a quiz.
Over 80% of the students said they enjoyed when the instructor presented grammar in English, in contrast to the just over 35% who either greatly or fairly well enjoyed when the instructor presented grammar in German.
Though students may think they learn better when taught grammar traditionally (that is, when presented grammar in English, by an instructor standing in front of the class, explaining the forms, and then when drilled by that instructor), in fact their performance demonstrates otherwise.
www.germanic.ucla.edu /NGR/ngr17/student.htm   (1140 words)

 German Review Grammar
In German, the present tense is used to express an action that is taking place in the present or in the future (when ambiguity is not possible because of the context).
The future tense in German is formed with the present tense of the verb werden and the infinitive of the verb that is to express future activity.
The passive voice in German is formed with the appropriate tense of the verb werden and the past-participle of the verb.
www.sangiorgioinsieme.it /de-Grammar.html   (8797 words)

 Links for German Teachers - Grammar
For instance, if one is casually referring to a house, Haus, or a horse, Pferd, or a dog, Hund, he spells these words as I have indicated; but if he is referring to them in the Dative case, he sticks on a foolish and unnecessary e and spells them Hause, Pferde, Hunde.
Internet Handbook of German Grammar - "This site is intended to provide students, readers, and translators of German with a concise and comprehensive reference grammar...
Interactive Grammar Tutor - Summaries, detailed explanations, extensive examples, practice exercises and diagnostic exercises for all the basic aspects of German grammar.
www.caslt.org /research/german2.htm   (308 words)

 German Review Grammar
In German, the present tense is used to express an action that is taking place in the present or in the future (when ambiguity is not possible because of the context).
The future tense in German is formed with the present tense of the verb werden and the infinitive of the verb that is to express future activity.
The passive voice in German is formed with the appropriate tense of the verb werden and the past-participle of the verb.
io.uwinnipeg.ca /~oberle/courses/review.html   (9728 words)

 Amazon.frĀ : Essential German Grammar: Livres en anglais: Martin Durrell,Katrin Kohl,Gudrun Loftus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Written by renowned experts in the field, Essential German Grammar is an all-in-one introductory-level grammar that provides you with a firm foundation on which to build your German skills.
The essential elements of German grammar are presented in an accessible manner to help you memorize the specifics as well as develop an appreciation of how German grammar operates as a system.
Designed for beginning and intermediate-level students, this all-in-one title can be used as a free-standing grammar or as a primer for the more advanced Hammer's German Grammar and Usage--recognized as the most authoritative reference on this subject in English.
www.amazon.fr /Essential-German-Grammar-Martin-Durrell/dp/0340741899   (410 words)

 Transparent Language - German Language Learning
In Swiss German, for example, the word "Kind" (child) is pronounced "Chind." Furthermore, in most of the Swiss German dialects, the nouns do not differentiate case inflections like they do in High German.
German belongs to the West Germanic sub-branch (along with English, Frisian, Yiddish, Dutch, and Afrikaans) of the Germanic branch of the Indo-European languages.
The German language was shaped by migration of the Germanic tribes who lived in northern Europe during the first millennium BC.
www.learn-german-language-software.com /overview.htm   (872 words)

 German grammar exercises for free - German as a foreign language
German grammar exercises for free - German as a foreign language
'German Language Course for English Speaking Students' is a German course from Peter Schroeder, which also provides detailed explanations of German grammar.
German Web Exercises: The "German Internet chronicle" by Andreas Lixl-Purcell of the University of North Carolina provides a collection of about 40 exercises for all language levels (explanations in English).
www.learn-german-online.net /learning-german-resouces/free-german-grammar-exercises.htm   (459 words)

 Internet Handbook of German Grammar
The Duden Grammar is the continually evolving and generally accepted, comprehensive, standard grammar on which we base the Handbook.
The German grammar's concepts and rules are actually presented here in the format of a self consistent construct, as distinguished from mere extensions of the English grammar.
The grammar in our Internet Handbook is thus written for the international student and user of the German language who has a working knowledge of English, and command of sufficient German to understand the examples in the text.
www.travlang.com /languages/german/ihgg   (445 words)

 Amazon.ca: Practicing German Grammar: Books: Martin Durrell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Thoroughly revised, this edition reflects current trends in the language and brings the workbook in line with the new edition of Hammer's German Grammar and Usage, for which Practicing German Grammar can serve as the companion—or it can be used as a stand-alone workbook for anyone wanting to practice and improve their German skills.
Actually, this is a workbook that goes along with Hammer's German Grammer and is pretty much useless without it.
To go through this workbook without the grammar book would take someone fluent in the language--and they wouldn't need the workbook.
www.amazon.ca /Practicing-German-Grammar-Martin-Durrell/dp/0844222097   (505 words)

 German Grammar: Present Tense
The German pronoun man [= one, people (it does not correspond to the English "man"!)] conjugates with 3rd person SG forms.
Plural 1st and 3rd and formal forms (wir, sie; Sie) use the infinitive, thus the conjugation ending is -n and not -en.
German does not; only the main verb is used:
class.georgiasouthern.edu /german/grammar/gr-prae.htm   (410 words)

 Powell's Books - German
This pictorial German and English dictionary identifies over 29,000 objects by means of numbered illustrations, and offers at a glance their German and English terms.
This best-selling German text is based on and inspired by the Natural Approach, pioneered by Tracy D. Terrell.
With it, students learn German through communicative contexts with an emphasis on the four skills as well as cultural competence, with grammar...
www.powells.com /psection/German.html   (761 words)

Concise and comprehensive reference grammar Site is intended to provide students, readers, and translators of German with a concise and comprehensive reference grammar.
This page is designed to function as a tool and educational resource to be used by German teachers and students.
German portal from Study Links, you'll find grammar explanations, interactive exercises, coursework and oral material.
www.sip.ie /sip069/Documents/germanpage.html   (1046 words)

 Learn German - German Language
The German dialogue complete course, which consists of more than 2,000 words of practical, everyday vocabulary is designed for beginners who want to learn how to speak read and write the German language.
Based on The Duden Grammatik, it is intended to provide students, readers, and translators of German with a concise and comprehensive grammar.
German proverbs with English equivalents from Ruth and Eberhard Reichmann.
www.germanculture.com.ua /library/links/language.htm   (461 words)

 German Grammar Roadmap
German would only use it the first way.
When speaking, the prefix of separable verbs is stressed whereas the prefix of inseparable verbs is not stressed.
And the ge- prefix in the past participle goes between the separable prefix and the verb.
www.tulane.edu /~germgram/verb3.html   (319 words)

 German Language, Grammar, Pronunciation, Learn to Speak German Software
From German vocabulary and German grammar to conversational German and correct German pronunciation, this special site dedicated to the German language includes information about language, culture, and German software products to help you satisfy your curiosity about all things German.
German is the official language of Germany, Austria, and Liechtenstein.
German is spoken in diverse modern dialects in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, northern Italy, much of Switzerland, eastern France (Alsace and parts of Lorraine), as well as parts of Belgium and Luxembourg.
www.learn-german-language-software.com   (606 words)

 TJP German Grammar Help
This is an ongoing project as an aid to help students at the University of Colorado in Denver understand the grammar intricacies of German.
The ultimate aim of this project is to create a fairly comprehensive German reference grammar for speakers of English.
Some of the grammar here is quite advanced, and if you have not already mastered some of the elementary priciples, then the advanced sheets will be of little or no help to you.
carbon.cudenver.edu /~tphillip/grammar/grammar.html   (392 words)

 UNC German Grammar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In German the infinitive of the verb consists of the stem plus the ending (en,n)
To form the present tense of verbs in German different endings are added to the stem.
The word order in German is somewhat like that of English (subject followed by the verb).
www.unc.edu /courses/2002spring/germ/001/kapitel1.htm   (138 words)

 Amazon.com: Schaum's Outline of German Grammar: Books: Elke Gschossmann-Hendershot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Grammar is undoubtedly the most difficult aspect of the German language, but get it down pat and suddenly everything else about the language will seem much easier.
This book is great for using outside the classroom on your own to repeat and (hopefully!) remember all those pesky little German grammar rules that are so hard to simply memorize.
As many people have already stated, German Grammar is not easy to learn.
www.amazon.com /Schaums-Outline-German-Grammar-Gschossmann-Hendershot/dp/0070251347   (1250 words)

 German Index
Schau ins Land is an audio magazine for intermediate to advanced German learners.
It is designed to improve your vocabulary, grammar and listening comprehension, as well as your cultural understanding of the German-speaking world.
The optional study supplements include audio flashcards (repetition of phrases from the text), as well as exercises (multiple choice, fill in the blank, etc.) to improve your vocabulary and grammar.
www.ielanguages.com /German.html   (250 words)

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